This is Wuv. Her previous names were Roxy and Denali, but she doesn't answer to them. Her owner thinks she's deaf, and she has taught her a few signs. She hasn't been diagnosed by a veterinarian as deaf. She's a really smart girl, but shy. Here's what her owner wrote about her: I tap my hip for "come" and make walking fingers for "walk". Hand up and palm out is "stay". Eating motion for "eat". She is shy, very smart and loving. But, she won't go out if someone is out there, and if someone walks up, she goes inside. I moved a trunk into the living room, and it scared her for a few days. She trusts me, but it took a couple of weeks. She was on me with no history. She had recently been spayed, and a tattoo of a heart, so assume it was done by Humane Society. She was in bad shape and had some sores and was itchy, and her hair felt bad. I've had her on grain free and she no longer itches, and her hair feels wonderful.
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She is 16 months old. She learned my hand signs
quickly. Her deafness is not that big an issue but her shyness is.
Her ideal home would be a single person with a yard so she can come and go
and feel safe and secure. She so deserves a good home. I was
told she lived with other dogs and I believe she cued off other dog.
I also believe they hurt her and that's why she's shy. She's not
stupid and has good sense of humor. She doesn't react to fridge
opening, kiss sounds, Occasionally she turns her head when a truck
goes by, but I think it's vibration
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